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evan ebel was serving, he was anything but a model prisoner, threatening to harm or kill prison authorities. in november 2006, this report describes ebel striking a staff member. the note said threatened to kill staff member and family. in 2005, this report described another chilling account of ebel's rage, telling a staff member he would kill her if he ever saw her on the streets and would make her beg for her life. this new information on his violent behavior, combined with the revelation a clerical error allowed him to released early, added to the anger and anguish of families. kathryn williams the first person he is suspended of killing. >> clerical error is not going to bring my husband back, not going to bring tom clements back. not going to bring my children's father back. how do i tell my 4-year-olds, oh, daddy was murdered because of a clerical error. >> reporter: in addition to that mistake, documents obtained by cnn show it took colorado authorities five days to realize a paroled ebel had disabled his ankle monitor and fled. beginning what investigators say was a dead
two people in cold blood. i'm talking about evan ebel who killed colorado's police chief and murdered a pizza delivery man and drove half way across the country before authorities even put a warrant out for his arrest. it doesn't add up. and our reporter is "outfront." >> reporter: he was serving time for armed robbery, prison disciplinary documents show he was anything but a model prisoner. in november 2006, this report describes ebel striking a staff member, threatened to kill staff member and family. in 2005, this report described another chilling account of ebel's rage saying he would kill her if he ever saw her on the streets and that he would make her beg for her life. this new information on his violent behavior combined with the revelation that a clerical error led to him being released four years early added anger to the ang vish of victim's families. the widow of the first person that ebel is suspected of killing. >> clerical error is not going to bring my husband back. it's not going to bring tom back. it's not going to bring my children's father back. how do i tell my 4-ye
clements shot to death at his home by a former prison inmate. investigators believe evan ebel may have plotted that with fellow white supremacists. clements had cracked down on their prison gang, 211 crew. thomas gilly and james ware are believed to be armed and any police officer who crosses their path could be in danger. ebel spent a lot of time fantasizing about killing people in law enforcement, and that goes back years, long before he died in a police shoot-out in texas. martin savidge in denver, joins us by phone. you have a glimpse into his hate-filled mind. >> it was prison authorities as well. they knew that the interaction with prison guards, he had a real problem with authority, and he would threaten them. strike them, and he would threaten them with death and not just them, threaten their families, and ty managed to get hold of a letter that he was writing to on the outside. this is where the fantasy issue comes in. he was telling the person about alleged the abuses the guards were making and how he handled that. and he said at one point, "i just fantasize about catching th
of tom clements and shot him in texas, police killed this man, evan ebel, after a high-speed chase. bull resident casings at that scene match those from colorado. we learned ebel got of of prison four years earlier because of a clerical error, and now investigators are looking for these two men who they say were in, quote, frequent contact with eben in the 48 hours before the prison chief's murder. alicia is live. and investigators are not calling either guy a suspect. right? >> right now they're wanted as persons of interest in the murder of tom clement, and they're also wanted in unrelated arrest warrants. take another look. this is thomas james ghoully. 31, 5'5", 160-pounds and several tattoos, police warn he is likely with frames franklin lore, 47, 6'0", 160 pounds, many tattoos. they could be anywhere but sheriffs investigators say they're focusing on nevada and texas, and they want to remind people not to approach them because they could pose a threat to anyone who approaches them. >> shepard: we have more information on ebel's threats to prison officials. right? >> that's right. b
and shot him dead when he open the door. motive unclear. then later in texas, evan ebel had a police shootout. bull let casings reportedly found near the body of victim clements. this morning sheriffs report they busted this guy who shay say was in constant contact we ebel in the days just before the murder of the prison0s chief. investigators say ebel was in the very same gang as the month busted today, and they're still searching for another guy, person of interest, who is believed to be armed and dangerous. we're live in denver with more. any word on how the search is going? >> they're still searching right now about officials say that james lohr was found a few miles from the home of tom clements, and the reports are he off off on foot after the police tried to pull him over for traffic stop. he is not a suspect in this case at this point but is a known associate of the prison white supremacist gang, the 211 crew. and ghoully is armed and dangerous. both men are considered persons of interest in the murder of colorado prison director tom clements who was killed at his home march
originally intended. that man's name is evan ebel. he's suspected of killing the state's corrections chief and a pizza delivery driver last month when ebel should have still been behind bars. state officials say ebel was supposed to serve another four years after completing an eight-year sentence. but that information never made it into the court records and the suspected gunman was let go. ebel was killed in a shootout with police in texas two days after investigators believe that he shot and killed prison official tom clements in colora colorado. >>> clean up efforts under way where barrels of oil spilled. pegasus pipeline as it's called ruptured on monday near mayflower. these are some of the first pictures we're seeing. exxon was fined three years ago for not properly inspecting another section of this aging pipeline. the spill renewed scrutiny on pipelines as the push to approve the keystone project, of course, spanning from canada to texas intensifies. and not helping the public image, this you-tube video of a mayflower resident driving around his neighborhood. look at that, some of
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on a technicality, a mistake, an accident? evan ebel was let loose in january because of a clerical error. he's now believed to have killed nathan leon, an employee who delivered pizzas on the side, then colorado prison chief tom clements. ebel himself was killed in a shootout with sheriff's deputies in texas on march 21st. meanwhile, the widow of nathan leon is devastated. listen to what she had to say earlier today. >> it happened once, it's going to happen again. i mean, clerical error. clerical error ain't going to bring my husband back. it's not going to bring tom clements back. it's not going to bring my children's father back. how do you tell your 4-year-old daughters that? and have to go on the rest your life knowing that this could have been prevented? if somebody would have done their job? and stood up and went through that paperwork before they ever released this monster into society. >> joining me now is katie leon along with her mother, bernadette. welcome to you both. extremely powerful and emotional comments there from you, katie. it's an almost unbelievable case, this, that somebody
's newsroom." i'm martha maccallum. bill:. evan ebel has no previous incidents. in march he disabled his tracking bracelet. disappearing days before the murders of clements and nathan leon, a ibm employee moonlighting as a pizza delivery driver. >> one day i saw that piece and that is when i got mad. that is every other day, it has been pure hell. martha: alicia acuna joins us now, live from denver. so according to the parole records ebel was checking in daily. he was as we said, a model parolee. what changed? >> reporter: we're still trying to figure that out, martha but something absolutely changed obviously. we've been taking a look at these parole documents released by the department of corrections here and for about 40, 45 days evan ebel checked in daily as required. he took the drug tests. even letting them know when no one called him to have him come in and take the required drug tests. then the records show in a 7:00 a.m. hour of the morning of march 14th, ebel checked in one last time. later that afternoon a tamper alert went off from his tracking bracelet. six days later after
the gun legally and then gave it to ebel. he could not guy buy a gun of his own. she appeared in court yesterday and faces 16 years in prison if convicted. a spokesperson says investigators are not certain yet if she knew about ebel's plans to kill tom clements. >> pope francis is 16 days into his papacy and already he's making headlines for his unusual inclusion in yesterday's holy thursday rite. the washing of the feet carried out by pope francis sparked debate when the new leader became the first pope ever to wash and kiss the feet of a woman. a surprising departure from strict church rules limiting the holy thursday ritual to men only. some welcomed the act as a sign of inclusiveness on the church. there were reenactments of the crucifixion. the extreme ritual is opposed by the nation's religious leaders. >>> this morning news that credit card fraud can strike anyone because the victim is supreme court chief justice john roberts. someone got a hold of one of the justice's credit card account numbers but declined further comment. a "the washington post" blog reports roberts had to u
corrections chief tom clements. court officials say that evan spencer ebel who allegedly shot clements at his home in colorado last month was mistakenly released from prison four years early due to a paperwork error. ebel was later killed in a shootout by texas authorities. police are looking into the possibility of a link between the colorado and texas slayings. >>> there's some good news for louisville kevin ware, the sophomore guard is already up on crutches after his tragic accident during sunday night's ncaa game versus duke. louisville coach rick pitino brought ware the game trophy when he visited monday morning where his mother said she's proud how brave her son has been throughout this ordeal. >> he's very positive. he's not so much focusing in on what happened but he's focusing on recovery. >> ware will have no medical bills related to the injury, and he'll join his teammates in atlanta saturday when they face wichita state in the final four. >>> bill karins joins us right now. that is amazing how fast that happened. the steel rod in and now he's up. >> they say he may be in atlanta
of the prison gang 211 crew that's been linked to murder suspect evan ebel. now ebel was killed by authorities last week. he's suspected of killing colorado prison chief tom clements and a denver area pizza delivery man. meanwhile, threats and safety concerns have caused a federal prosecutor in houston to step down from a case involving another white supremacist gang. the move will not stop the case from moving forward. >>> president obama was in colorado yesterday drumming up support for gun control legislation that's been stalled on capitol hill. speaking before a police academy in denver, the president praised colorado's newly passed gun laws, he also appealed to the state's gun owners by spelling out what this plan does and does not include. >> if there's any folks who are out there right now who are gun owners and you've been hearing somehow somebody is taking away your guns, get the facts. we're not proposing a gun registration system. we're proposing background checks for criminals. >> the president also met with local law enforcement officials and community leaders to discuss the state
ebel had belonged to. martha: alicia acuna joins us live from denver. what is law enforcement saying about this, alicia? >> reporter: mart that, the el paso county sheriff's department the lead investigating agency into the murder of tom clements say these are known associates of a 211 crew, a white supremacist prison gang. thomas goulee and james lore who we have no photo yet can not be found. their names surfaced during the clements investigation. according to el paso county they put out this alert to all law enforcement. >> requesting all law enforcement age is look out for the follow parties. known associates of the 211 crew have shown violent tendencies and considered armed and dangerous. >> reporter: investigators want to talk to them because they were thought to be in contact with he have have been ebel in the days before the murders in colorado. now police are saying right now that they could be anywhere, specifically in nevada or texas. martha? martha: they want to find them. so we have this threatening letter also we learned about that ebel wrote while he was in prison. he
is consecutive. the 11th judicial court released a statement explaining that in 2008 while ebel was doing time for robbery he was convicted for assaulting a prison guard. he entered into written plea agreement to add four more years to his prison term. but two months later at the sentencing hearing the judge neglected to use the word consecutive when announcing that four-year sentence. so never made it into the paperwork for the prison. by law the prison couldn't change it so ebel was released the same date he would have been if the assault never took place. the court says the district has undertaken a review of its practices in effort to avoid a recurrence of this circumstance. the court regrets this oversight and steppeds condolences to the families. ebel was released this past january, two months later, tom clements and nathan leon were dead. shepard smith -- >> shepard: what are we hearing from the families? >> tom clements' family is not speak, and nathan leon was father and leaves behind a why wife who is not impressed. >> how die tell my four-year-old, daddy was murdered because of a cl
officials now say even ebel -- evan ebel was released from jail four years early due to a clerical mistake. ebel was supposed to serve more time for punching a prison guard, but they weren't clear that it was consecutive, in other words, after the one he was serving. >> i am confident that they will fix the problem going forward and that it won't happen again, and i think it's probably worth the effort to go back and make sure we don't have any other cases out there where this problem has occurred before. >> ebel is linked to the murder of colorado prison chief tom clements and a pizza delivery driver last month. he was killed in a shoot-out with police in texas two weeks ago. >>> we're also following new developments this morning in the murder of texas district attorney mike mclelland and his wife. the search warrant shows they were shot multiple times in their home just a couple months after an assistant d.a. in kaufman county was also killed. investigators have no clear move or suspect in either case. cnn's george howell is live in kaufman, texas. good morning, george. >> reporter: john
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by that man, the alleged doorstep killer, evan ebel. that's ahead on "360. " we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. " " invest with confidence. t. rowe price. request a prospectus or summary prospectus ." >>> it looks like the end of an iconic era in tv news may be just around the corner. barbara walter is reportedly ready to retire. the news broke today, multiple reports that she is likely to retire may of next year. abc, the place where she hosted "the view" since 1997 in addition to prime time specials isn't commenting officially. walters is 83 years old. she's had some recent health problems. she had heart surgery in 2010, took some time off earlier this year to recover from chickenpox and a concussion. let's talk about it with bill carter who covers the tv industry for the "new york times." this is truly the end of an era when she retires. any idea why she's reportedly doing this now? >> well, she hasn't said. i think she will say. i think she will explain it, but i think this news leaked a little early, obviously. i think they were planning on her doing it on her
these two people and then the killer of the prison chief, evan ebel who's now dead? >> right, evan ebel is the prime suspect. he of course was killed in texas in a shootout. ever since then the case hasn't ended. they want to find out a couple things. did he have accomplices and were there other names on a potential hit list and could those accomplices be trying to fulfill that list. so that's why the investigatee investigation always gone on. anybody who was acquainted with ebel is now a person of interest you could say. these men are not wanted in the sense that there are warrants out for them in the particular case of the murder of clementss. but they are wanted because they were associates of ebel. so that's the connection receipt now. 211, probably one of the most vicious white supremacist gangs that operates in the u.s. prison system right now. so they're associated with that right now and that's a bad combination. >> i don't know if you know the answer to this. ghouly and lohr, were they in fact inmates with ebel? they're not escaped inmates. it's not like they're looking for esc
. now, this is clements' suspected killer, evan ebel, and he was in a shootout with police in march. and they want to find the two other men considered armed and dangerous. the fbi is investigating possible links between clements' murder and the killing i just mentioned of the texas d.a., michael mclelland and his wife cynthia on saturday. they're looking into it. and the assistant d.a., mark hasse, was killed back in january so they clearly think that the murders of the three people you see on screen here were related and the question is whether these can be tied to what happened to the colorado prison director. more on that as we get it. we're hearing new warnings today from critics of president obama's, as he rolls out the next phase of the health care law. the administration is setting rules to hire potentially tens of thousands of what are called navigators. these are the folks who are supposed to guide the millions of americans who are going to sign up for new insurance, under these, you know, state exchanges. it's hard. some of these forms are 26 pages long and you're going t
the doorbell at his home in colorado. two days later, evan spencer ebel, suspected of murdering clements, was killed in a shootout with texas deputies about 100 miles from kaufman county. for more we're joined by mark potok, senior fellow at the southern poverty law center. the group tracks hate groups and he described iran brotherhood of texas or abt is perhaps the most violent white supremacist gang in the country. he is joining us from alabama. welcome back to "democracy now!" let's talk about what happened this weekend with the district attorney mcclelland and his wife and then go backwards from there. his ada, the prosecutor heavily involved in the investigation of the aryan brotherhood, and also what has been going on in colorado. >> it is an incredible set of circumstances as you have said, mike mcclelland and his wife cynthia were murdered over the weekend, on saturday or perhaps friday night, and it sounds very much like an assassination. there door was reportedly kicked in. there were all kinds of shell casings all over the floor. it looks like they opened the door to a strange
there could be a link between hassey and even eric ebel. are they talking about that at all? >> well, this is one of those things that is just kind of swirling and hovering over all of these cases. when mark hassey was gunned down at the end of january, authorities were saying they were looking into some sort of white supremacist group. then after the colorado prison chief was murdered and the man that police suspect was behind those murders was captured in a shoot-out or killed in a shoot-out in texas just a couple of weeks ago, investigators were comparing notes on those cases, to see if perhaps they were connected in any kind of way. and now you add to all of this, this case of the mcclellan family being murdered in their home, and found yesterday. all of those questions kind of lingering out there and hovering over these cases. not a lot of firm details as to whether or not all of these cases are connected at this point, but all of that is kind of in this pot of questions that are being asked, and so it just adds to have the intrigue of exactly what is going on. >> ed, let me ask
illegally and gave it to evan ebel, who couldn't buy a firearm of his own. a spokesman for the el paso county sheriff's office says investigators are not yet certain if individual jill knew about ebel's plans to kill clements. >>> well, pope francis is just 16 days into his papacy, and already he's making headlines for his unusual inclusion in yesterday's holy thursday ritual. the washing of the feet carried out by pope francis sparked debate when the newly elected leader became the first pope ever to wash and kiss the feet of a woman, a surprising departure from strict church rules limiting the holy ritual move to men only. some welcome it as a sign of greater inclusion in the church. >>> a victim of identity thief, supreme court justice john roberts. someone got ahold of one of his credit cards, but he had to use cash as a suburban maryland starbucks this week, for his morning coffee, telling the barista, he canceled his car. >>> now here's your first look at this morning's dish of scramble politics. senator mark kirk is getting some well wishes from a hollywood a-lister, jennifer an
the suspect in that case, evan ebel, was released from prison four years early because of a clerical error. ebel was also a suspect in the murder of a pizza delivery man. nathan leon whose widow says the apology won't bring her husband back. >> i'm a 30-year-old widow with two little 4-year-olds. did i have to go on the rest of my life explaining what happened to their dad. that this all could have been prevented. >> katherine leon says a press release sending condolences to her family is simply not enough. >>> aurora theater shooting suspect james holmes will face the death penalty if convicted. prosecutors in colorado say in this case, justice demands the ultimate punishment. they turned down an offer by holmes to plead guilty. the defense says they won't be ready till early next year. >>> court employees are due in court in a massive cheating scandal. a former superintendent as well as teachers, principals and test coordinators face charges in the scheme to change students' scores on high stakes federal tests. prosecutors say they wanted to make their schools look better and to earn per
. turns out in 2008, evan ebel was already serving time in prison when he was ordered to serve an additional four years for assaulting a guard. according a statement by the 11th judicial court here there was an addition that was supposed to be tacked onto the time he was already serving. but in an error by a clerk, it was actually put down in the paperwork that it was to become concurrent. so, ebel was mistakenly released this past january. now in a statement released by the court the court says quote, the district has undertaken a review of its practices in an effort to avoid a reoccurrence of this circumstance. the court regrets this oversight and extends condolences to the families of mr. nathan leon and mr. tom clement. ebel was killed in a gunbattle with authorities last month. he ran to colorado where they finally caught up to him in texas. martha: that is not much solace i would imagine for the families of these victims. this clerical error? >> reporter: no, not at all. tom clements family is not speaking at this time. tom clements you will remember is the prison directo
back. catherine leon, the wife of a murdered pizza driver, is irate after learning evan ebel, the man accused of killing her husband and colorado prison chief tom clements was mistakenly freed four years early from prison because of a clerical error. will riply from affiliate kusa has the unbelievable story. >> clerical error ain't going to bring my husband back, not going to bring tom clements back, not going to bring my children's father back. how do i tell my 4 year old, daddy was murdered because of a clerical error. >> reporter: outrage does not begin to describe how catherine leon is feeling. >> irate. how do you feel when something like this happens? >> reporter: the man suspected of killing her husband, nate leon, should still be in prison, a fremont county court made a mistake, a clerical error that led to ebel's release four years early. ebel killed leon while he was delivering pizza and killed department of corrections officer tom clements. >> i want to know who is going to stand up and beaccountable. i don't mean by saying we send condolences. who's going to stand up and b
right now to his connection to the murder, other than his connection to ebel. jon? >> jon: they are calling for larger investigation here. >> that's right. there are a couple of things that the governor's office says are going to happen. an outside agency will review the parole process in this state. you remember evan ebel cut off his ankle monitoring celebratelet six days before the murders and stopped doing his daily call in with probation officer it. it took that long for a warrant to be issued. after visits were made to his family and repeated attempts to find him failed. in addition, examination will be done on all current prison inmate sentences. governor john hickenlooper's office wants to make sure all are serving the correct amount of time. this because ebel was released from prison four years early due to what they're calling a clerical error, jon? >> jon: alicia acuna in denver. thanks. we learn about a new arrest in texas investigators look into shooting death of district attorney and his wife in their own home. and before funeral service could say get underway
that somebody rang the doorbell, the husband answered and was shot. >> reporter: evan ebel was a member of a white supremacist prison gang who escaped from colorado. >> he was going 100 miles an hour. >> reporter: mclelland said he made a dent in the aryan brotherhood of texas and federal prosecutors indicted dozens of members of the group on melt pull charges of drug trafficking. in december law enforcement officials sent a bulletin saying that they planned to retaliate. >> if they can prove the aryan brotherhood of texas is involved it is carr tell like. they are capable of extreme violence against rivals and now maybe to public officials who are standing in the way of their business. >> a clear concern to individuals who are in public life, particularly those who deal with some very mean and vicious individuals, whether they're white supremacy groups or whether they're the drug carr tells that we have. >> reporter: whatever the motive behind the attacks, the ramifications are clear. >> it's not only an assault on those two and their families but it's an assault on the rule of law and
and age. >> five days, five days, that's how long it took colorado officials to know that evan ebel had disabled his ankle monitor. ebel required to wear the monitor while he was on parole for assault. on march 1 49. his ankle monitor sent off a tamper alert. it took authorities five days to investigate and by then, a pizza delivery man had been murdered and so had colorado's prison chief. >>> and police continue to investigate the murder of two prosecutors in texas, in colorado, a prosecutor had her own close call. investigators say an unarmed intruder killed after trying to push his way into the home of the prosecutor and her husband, who happens to be a sheriff's deputy. jim spellman more from colorado. >> carol, authorities tell us it was just before midnight monday night when a call came in from 911 from a district attorney in hot sulfur springs, colorado. she reported a stranger at their door acting erratically. there was some sort of altercation and either the deputy district attorney or her husband, who say sheriff's deputy, shot this man. his name is joshua stevens, in his earl
the investigation. both are members of the prison gang, 211 crew. ebel was killed by authorities last week. he's accused of kill iing tom mcclem men. they say the move will not stop the case from moving forward. >>> president obama was in colorado drumming up support for gun control legislation in the wake of sandy hook massacre. it's a measure that's been stalled on capitol hill. the president praised their gun laws and appealed to the gun owners spelling out what his plan does and does not include. >> if there are any folks out there right now who are gun owners and you have been hearing somebody is taking away your guns, get the facts. we are not proposing a gun registration system. we are proposing background checks for criminals. >> the president met with local law enforcement leaders. here is your "first look" of scrambled politics. some are taking action on gun reform, there's no action from washington. rachel maddow appeared on "late night with david letterman" and says the inaction from congress is baffling giving common sense moves everyone can agree on. >> if you are on the terroris
? >> reporter: yes it will be two fold. it will take a critical look at the way eve van ebel was released from prison and how authorities lost track of of him once he was on patrol. john hickenlooper ordered an audit of all prison inmate sentences to assure they are serving the right amount of time. evan ebel was let go four years too soon accidentally. there will be an independent review of the parole process, this after ebel removed his monitoring device and his parole officer lost contact. >> i can tell you the officer that was responsible for evan ebel's supervision is an outstanding officer, and i will stand here before you and tell you that we have found nothing that has brought -- been brought to my attention with regard to any deficiencies in his management of the offender population. >> reporter: the department of corrections here says this is going to be an extensive process, as you can imagine, because, jon, these records number in the thousands. jon. jon: so many strange and sad turns in this case. thank you. jenna: this just in, north korea telling britain and russia to consider e
no matter where they try to buy themselves a gun. in this case it is alleged the suspect, ebel, the way he got around the background check problem he could not pass it because he is a felon, the way he got around the problem he got her to buy the gun because she could pass the background check and then once she had the gun she passed it on to him. if that is what happened and what is alleged by this arrest, what happened there is called a straw purchase. a straw purchase is illegal. it's not very illegal. the "denver post" called the head of the denver division of the atf to get some context on this new arrest, this new development in the case. he told them, quote, there is little to no punishment for being a straw purchaser, gang members know it, drug trafficking organizations know it. when democrats moved some elements of president obama's gun reform through the judiciary committee a few weeks ago, it would have made it a felony and bigger deal, that measure passed out of committee with all the democratic votes on the committee but only one republican, iowa senator chuck grassley, all th
at this hour. authorities now saying that parolee evan spencer ebel was released from prison three months early and listen to this, mostly due to his taking part in programs designed to encourage better behavior for prisoners in solitary confinement and the tragic irony in this. the man he's suspected of killing, tom clements was a big supporter of those programs. clements was killed earlier this month, shot in the chest as he answered the door at his home in colorado. ebel died a few days later after a shootout with police in texas after he led them on a high speed car chase. kelly. >> and thanks. this week, president obama keeping up the pressure on congress to take action on gun control legislation, surrounded by the mothers of shooting victims. the president warned against letting the memory of the sandy hook elementary school shooting fade away. >> less than 100 days ago that happened. and the entire country was shocked. the entire country pledged we could do something about it and this time would be different. shame on us. i haven't forgotten those kids. shame on us if we've forgotten. >>
of killing colorado's prison chief. authorities now saying parolee evan spencer ebel was released from prison more than three months early. mostly due to his participation and program designed to encourage better behavior for prisonerss in solitary confinement. the tragic irony here is the man he is suspected of killing , tom clements, was a big supporter of the programs. he was killed earlier this mornings shot in the chest, as he answered the door of his home in colorado. ebel died a few days later in a shootout with the police in texas after leading them on a high speed car chase. >> now to a growing health care. oklahoma dentist is accused of using unsan terry instruments on his patients in what investigators are calling a, quote, perfect storm for infections. and now hundreds of anxious medical patients are rushing in to get tested for fear they may have been exposed to hiv or hepititis. david miller joins us live. >> rick, it was first come, first tested in tulsa today. this for former patients of dr. scott harrington. 420 people waited in line at a city clinic for a free screening to s
, a member of the 211 crew. we say that because after ebel was killed a couple of days after the murder of tom clÉment in a shootout with police, they found that his weapon was the same weapon that killed clemens. finally in the shootout with police ebel was a mere hundred miles from can you kauffman, texas. i know kauffman county. it's a surprising coincidence that kauffman would have ended up there. >> cenk: mark, is this weird phenomenon. i know white supremacist groups have increased during the obama administration. we can talk about that as well. but they're not a very large percentage of the population, but they're a huge percentage of the prison population. what is going on there? what is it that the rest of us in society don't understand why they're so big in prison. >> what happened is in the early 1960s officials around the country began for the first time really began to desegregate prisons. that led to a fair amount of interracial violence which in turn led to the creation of the first racially based prison gangs. the first one in the country was the aryan brotherhood which
and dangerous with violent tendencies. they were in phone contact with evan ebel hours before the he was shot. ebel was killed in a police shootout in texas. the texas prosecutor and his wife shot to death in their home are remembered at a memorial service. kaufman district attorney, mike mclelland and his wife killed last saturday. a search for clues did not turn up a suspect, but the sheriff's department says a man has been arrested for threatening an investigator. >>> yet another lawman was shot dead yesterday. he was a west virginia sheriff known for his tough stance on drug dealing. the suspect is now in the hospital this morning after being shot by police. with more here is abc's pierre thomas. >> reporter: in west virginia, a tearful prayer. >> thank you, lord. >> reporter: the county sheriff eugene crum was sitting in his car on lunch break when a man walked up and fired at point-blank range. sheriff crum died a short time later. >> heartbreaking, the whole community is heartbroken. because we knew he really cared. >> reporter: the suspect, was caught after a chase and gun battle with
. an el paso county sheriff spokesman would not say whether the pair knew evan ebel, the man suspected of killing clements. and a disturbing letter, by the way, has surfaced, written by ebel to a friend back in 2006. in it, he discusses fantasies about catching prison guards once he's freed, torturing and eventually killing them. the letter is signed with a swastika and he calls himself "big bad evil evan ebel." ebel was killed in a shoot-out with texas deputies last month. >>> coming up tonight on cnn's "ac 360," an exclusive interview with the wife of murdered colorado prison chief tom clements. >>> new this morning, hours ago, the state of connecticut putting the nation's toughest gun laws on the books less than four months after the massacre at sandy hook elementary school. early this morning, the state house passed a measure that adds more than 100 guns to the list of banned assault weapons and selling large-capacity magazines is illegal. governor dan malloy is expected to sign the bill at noon. much of the law takes effect as soon as the ink hits the paper. >>> a southern califor
of killing the state's corrections chief should not have been free. evan ebel was released from prison four years early because of a clerical error. ebel was supposed to serve more time for punching a prison guard. the court papers failed to specify the assault sentence should be consecutive. translation, after the one he was already serving. the mistake has led officials to now review their procedures. >> i am confident that they will fix the problem going forward, and that won't happen again. and i think it's probably worth the effort to go back and make sure that we don't have any other cases out there where this problem has occurred before. >> ebel is also suspected of murdering a pizza delivery deliver last month. he was killed in that shoot-out with police in texas two weeks ago. >> we're going to reaction from a former skinhead and a former member of the aryan nation. he'll talk to us about colorado and texas. >>> connecticut lawmakers have reached an agreement on a strict new gun law. christine romans has that. >> new this morning a bipartisan task force of lawmakers agreeing in con
gang, 211 crew. police are trying to determine if ebel acted alone. and tom clements family struggles to make sense of his murder. jim spellman with their exclusive interview with cnn. >> with the courage and strength most of us could only hope for, lisa clements, widow of slain colorado prisons chief, tom clements, with daughters rachel and sarah, sat down with cnn's anderson cooper. >> what do you want people to know about your husband? >> there is so much being said about who he was, and his career, and what he did in corrections, and certainly he had a significant impact, and he was a leader in his field. but for me, much more significant is -- is the integrity of the person that i know and love, and that he -- he really truly cared about other people. >> something she saw in tom from an early age. >> he met you when you were 19? >> yes. >> at school? >> yes. >> what was about it that drew you to him? >> so -- he is fun, he's kind and passionate about life. so at a very early age, i was very interesting to me. >> tom clements loved the outdoors and colorado and hiking with his dau
after we found out that ebel was let out of prison early because of a clerical mistake. he was killed in a shootout with police in texas. >> a guy doing what made him the star of a controversial reality show, tearing through mud in a truck. his uncle and a friend found dead apparently now of carbon dioxide poisoning. authorities say the 21-year-old's ford bronco got stuck in mud. they believe toxic fumes from the truck were unable to escape through the tail pipe. mtv has suspended shooting the show's second season. celebrity hackers struck again exposing the financial secrets of six more victims including angelina jolie, lady gaga and wayne la pierre. the hackers were briefly shut down after releasing personal information of nearly 40 other big-name celebrities and political figures. the site now back up and running apparently based on a french island in the indian ocean. those are your headlines. >>steve: all right. >>brian: if you're looking for the president, he is going to be making a couple of speeches. he's going to weave in fund-raising. he'll be denver today and talking about
. and the court clerk listed as concurrent instead of consecutive. in january evan ebel was mistakenly delivered. he murdered a pizza deliveryman and chief clements. he was killed in a shootout with police in texas. there's more. late today the colorado department of corrections listing new information about the parole. days before the murder he slipped his ankle monitoring bracelet, but an arrest warrant was not issued for several days too late to prevent two murders. and the district corner apologizing for ebel's ma mistaken early release. did you know about obamacare, if you use subsidies, you could get hit with surprise tax bills, why? because the only person who understands this law in the whole city is here to explain. lisa, nice to see you. >> hi. >> how is it that you could end up paying money? >> the health care law provides subsidies for some people to receive health care through these exchanges, these marketplaces that are going to offer a variety of choices on health insurance. now, you receive a subsidy based on income. the more you make, the less you receive. this is geared toward
reports that evan ebel had joined a white supremacist gang while in prison. >> colorado prosecutors say they're going after the death penalty for james holmes. he's the man charged with killing a dozen people in a movie theatre last july. this is holmes at an earlier hearing -- no cameras were allowed inside court today. the prosecutor says he talked about the penalty with the 60 people who lost relatives in the shooting. and decided that "justice is death". if it happens -- a friend of one of the victims says he wants to be there. this was the arrival of james holmes' parents today. his mother began crying in court today. but holmes showed no reaction. his attorneys had tried for a deal that would have meant life in prison -- but the prosecutors refused. >> jacqueline: dry conditions tonight. as for the fog. we will definitely see a lot of fog. the increase with rain. and as for go towards the 8:00 p.m. hour. stubborn. still lingering over the north bay. portions of the south bay. san francisco temperatures in the south bay will be warmer. cooler for the east bay shore. and remember yo
of colorado corrections chief tom clements. court officials say that evan spencer ebel who allegedly shot clements in monument colorado last month was mistakenly released from prison four years early do you to a paperwork issue. there's a possibility of a link between the colorado and texas slayings. >>> good news today. that is for louisville basketball player kevin ware. yes, the sophomore guard is already up on crutches after his tragic accident during sunday night's ncaa game versus duke. louisville coach brought ware the game trophy when he visited monday morning where his mother said, she is so proud of her brave son and he has been so very brave through all of this. >> he's very positive. he's not so much focusing on what happened but he's focusing on the recovery of it all. >> we all want him to recover. ware will join his teammates in atlanta saturday when they face wichita state in the final four. definitely not going to miss that. >> here's a first look at the dish of scrambled politics for you. monday was opening day for major league baseball. but now we know just how much tea
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